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Tourism is undoubtedly the most important factor for economic growth. Tourism in Australia and Bhutan have both contributed hugely in the nation’s growth.
In Australia, domestic as well as international tourism nourishes the private and small businesses. Tourism brings in enormous revenues which is then reinvested into Australia’s thriving economy. Australia has world class health care and education system along with high wage system which were all possible due to migration and tourism.
Bhutan’s back bone in its economy is crafted through tourism. We believe that sustainable work is locally-led and internationally celebrated. Bhutan has since the adoption of Gross National Happiness (GNH) as its development policy seen enormous focus on shift towards conducive growth in its people and market. Tourism has brought enormous foreign reserves in Bhutan and has directly been contributing to Bhutan’s socio-economic development.
The idea that every citizen in Bhutan will get basic education and basic health care for free is a testimony that Bhutan is willing to look after its citizens. However, that is not sufficient when in today’s day and age, adding to the basic education and health care, is required a follow up on their progress, room for improvements and a conducive environment for children to grow and explore.